The purpose of the Michigan Farm Bureau is to represent, protect, and enhance the business, economic, social and educational interests of our members.
Michigan Farm Bureau is the state's largest general farm organization. As a general farm organization we represent the diversity of Michigan's agriculture industry, from crops and livestock to fruits and vegetables, greenhouses, forestry and more. Likewise, we represent farms of all sizes — small, medium and large — and varying styles of production, such as conventional and organic and both indoor and outdoor animal management.
We have nearly 200,000 total members. Of this total, approximately 46,500 are farmers or are involved in agriculture, The remainder belong to enjoy benefits such as Farm Bureau Insurance. Our members come from all walks of life spanning rural, urban and suburban Michigan. Learn more about why people belong.
Michigan Farm Bureau is proud to be a grass-roots organization where members have input and influence at the local, state and national levels.
Here's a sampling of the activities Michigan Farm Bureau performs: